Here is the KS1 Travel Tree the children made for the active challenge activity. Each child made a leaf in a colour which represented the way they travel to school. We think our tree looks fantastic!
We had a brilliant day yesterday at Sherwood Forest. The children hunted for mini-beasts, seachered for a hedgehog’s breakfast and made habitats for woodland creatures.
The butterflies that we have been patiently awaiting have finally arrived. I have given them some fruit to eat so you can all see them on Monday.
A huge thank you and well done to Bradley for making these delicious mini-beast biscuits.
Jacob took part in Saith’s Under 6 rugby match and got a medal for playing so well.
Well done Jacob!
This afternoon, Class 6 mixed, kneaded and constructed some headgehog shaped bread. We all had a wonderful time. They are currently baking in my oven and making my kitchen smell beautiful! I can’t want for us all to try it tomorrow with some butter and jam!
Thanks to Harry for awesome photography and capturing me in my element!
Well done to you all for following the instructions so well! 🙂
Emily- Rai, Ellie, Ryan and Ruby all have dedicated their choosing time and time at home to write their own version of ‘The Tadpole’s Promis’ by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross. They have blown me away with how hard they have worked and I’ve loved that they love the book as much as I do! If any of you out there haven’t read it – do! It’s brilliant with one crazy twist!
Thank you and well done to Kacper for bringing on these delicious homemade mini-beast biscuits as part of his theme homework.